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IAS Advisory Council Members

Chair: Professor Claire Warwick

Pro Vice-Chancellor for Research

Durham University

Sir Thomas Allen CBE

Chancellor

Durham University

Professor Sir Colin Blakemore CBE FRS FMedSCI

School of Advanced Study

University of London

Professor Stuart Elden FBA

Depart of Politics and International Studies

University of Warwick

Professor Brad Epps

Faculty of Modern and Medieval Languages

University of Cambridge

Professor Penny Harvey

Department of Anthropology, School of Social Sciences

University of Manchester

Professor Claire Langhamer

School of History, Art History and Philosophy

University of Sussex

Mr Jonathon Porritt CBE

Forum for the Future

Professor James Stirling CBE FRS FCGI

Imperial College London

Acknowledgements

The IAS is very grateful to those organisation and individuals

who support the Institute’s programme.

Cosin’s Hall

Cosin’s Hall, built in the early 18th century, is situated

between Durham Cathedral and the castle on Palace Green

- a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Originally an Archdeacon’s

Inn, it has also served as a University Hall and provided

accommodation to the first students for the University 175

year ago. Now the home of the Institute of Advanced Study,

Cosin’s Hall opened its doors to the Institute’s inaugural

Fellows in January 2007.

Contact Details

Institute of Advanced Study

Cosin’s Hall

Palace Green

Durham City

DH1 3RL

Tel: +44 (0) 191 334 2589

Fax: +44 (0) 191 3324 4699

Email:

enquiries.ias@durham.ac.uk www.durham.ac.uk/ias

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